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on 8 May 2014
I would recommend this book to any football fan. Easy to read, and a real insight into the mind of one of football's greatest characters.
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on 11 June 2013
i would reccomend this book to anyone, a true insight into how this man was brought up, with his princables & work ethics second to none
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on 12 November 2014
Brian Clough is a fascinating read. Insight in how he prepared his team against the odds and honest opinion on where it all went wrong.
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on 14 September 2013
I have read many autobiographies, but this is in a different class. Fantastic book. He was a true legend with great family values.
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on 1 November 2014
The best 'Clough book' I have read, and a surprisingly honest assessment of a complicated, although brilliant football manager.
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on 16 October 2014
brilliant book providing tremendous insight into the life and mind of one of the games most spectacular managers worth a read
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on 17 January 2017
This is a must read for football fans. Honest and very very funny. He is also right, sometimes the simplest way is the best
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on 4 January 2015
Everything and more that I expected! Couldn't put The Kindle down a real insight to such an amazingly outspoken man.
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on 12 January 1999
This book could have been so good, but it skips over most of the stuff that would be important to supporters of the club most synonymous with the man - Nottingham Forest. What were the final days like? Did he really have a drink problem? Why on earth didn't he make a major signing in that final year? To add insult to injury, a large amount of space is devoted to arch-rivals Derby County where Clough had his first major success. The book does not give too much of an insight into a man who was so much in the media spotlight, and there is not much to be found here that a fan would not already know. On the plus side the book is well-written and entertaining, and contains most of the famous incidents associated with Clough. The style of the prose is easy to read and the book is never heavy going. I would recommend this book to fans of the great man who will find it a worthwhile addition to their collections - just don't expect anything earth-shattering.
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on 10 January 2014
A brilliant read of one of the most talked about manager in football history. Very good and an excellent read.
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